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dp3344

R is beatable but low Gain
« on: August 09, 2018, 02:48:16 PM »

After a couple of months of extensive research, I have come up with the system which I tested by spending two weeks in Casino with the real money. (I had done extensive paper testing of the system before hitting the Casino with the real money).

As I was afraid - I was able to make money but not that much. (On Average can go around $40000 per year)

I try to play on 3 table simultaneously, bet token is high enough. So there is nothing much I can do to increase the number of spin per hour.

I am not losing money but also gain is not that impressive at all to work so hard in the Casino.

So officially declaring """Good Bye Roulette."""

 
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leowls

Re: R is beatable but low Gain
« Reply #1 on: August 09, 2018, 04:21:06 PM »
tell us about it
 

Mako

Re: R is beatable but low Gain
« Reply #2 on: August 09, 2018, 05:32:29 PM »
Yeah sorry dp, that can be frustrating for sure...you find something that works, but the logistics of it prevent it from being something you would ever use for long.

It reminds me of the Baccarat guys who sit around watching the big road displays, trying to recognize some obscure pattern, before running over to a table and betting a single sequence...no way could I ever do that all day, even if it worked (which it doesn't).

No way you can play online and expose your method to more tables at once?
 

MrPerfect.

Re: R is beatable but low Gain
« Reply #3 on: August 09, 2018, 06:57:35 PM »
Not truth. For a few reasons...
 One of them is that someone able 40k, will be able 400k... just put 10 times more unit.
  Other is..  someone who doesn't understand first reason , is unable to make 40k from roulette.
   Other... " 2 month extensive research " is a joke when we speak about roulette. 
  Other..  " testing on the paper"..  it's other joke.
        Anyone with the brain can find at least 2-3 more reasons why .
   At least the final decision was the right one for an individual.  Folks like that should avoid roulette..  nothing personal. 
 

dp3344

Re: R is beatable but low Gain
« Reply #4 on: August 09, 2018, 11:52:34 PM »
Reply to Mr Perfect:

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One of them is that someone able 40k, will be able 400k... just put 10 times more unit.
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I said my bet Token was high enough. I can not put 10 times more unit because I do use Progression method. If my initial Bet is 10 times higher then I will hit the table limit very soon.

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" 2 month extensive research " is a joke when we speak about roulette.
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I said a couple of months (not 2 months). Looking back at Diary I started around 17 months ago.

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Other..  " testing on the paper"..  it's other joke.
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I used "testing on the paper" as just the general term. In fact, I am the Software professional. I wrote complex a Software application which uses go through the millions of sample Spin for testing.

Good luck to all.

« Last Edit: August 09, 2018, 11:55:12 PM by dp3344 »
 

MrPerfect.

Re: R is beatable but low Gain
« Reply #5 on: August 10, 2018, 09:04:34 AM »
Being " a software pro" is just one more reason "why?". Wrong skillset.  Proper roulette software is written by roulette professionals,  no other way around.
   It's a very closed cycle.  To become roulette pro, need proper software ( tools in general)... to get tools, need to be roulette professional.  To know what you need you need tools, to create tools you need to know what you need exactly.
   It's an extremely annoying situation and it does naturally represent entry filter for beginners. 

   
 

anil26

Re: R is beatable but low Gain
« Reply #6 on: August 10, 2018, 09:08:14 AM »
Hii
Why not telling about the system

There are people who can be very happy if they can make $40000 per year including me

Slow gain also a gain, and may be enough for some.

So, why other discussion and not the system

Thanks and regards
 

Re: R is beatable but low Gain
« Reply #7 on: August 10, 2018, 10:24:45 AM »
The story sounds like an another under 35 adventure of Roulette.

Yeah yeah yeah yearly 40K and bad bad bad.

Bla bla bla

 
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MrPerfect.

Re: R is beatable but low Gain
« Reply #8 on: August 10, 2018, 04:53:41 PM »
There is simply no such a thing as 40k a year in roulette with high unit. There is no system either that will win by itself. Progression itself is not a solution either.
    There is a fellow who set up random number generator and invented a system to beat it. It took him 17 month ( wich being pro codder is just not serios)

   For these who understand subject... it just doesn't make any sense. 
   Only limit to win money in roulette for a good player is how much casino allow you to win. If they are OK with loss of 40k or 400k... then it's your personal limit,  if you know what you do of cause.
   There is one thing " theory"..  there is other thing , wich is practice. After making 40k in real casino, person can come and say that he managed to do it... before the fact, it's just wishfull thinking.